Get a Taste of Learning

Oct 25, 2016 | News

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Get a Taste of Learning with Learning Tree Training

Our friends over at Learning Tree are generously offering some complimentary taster sessions that you can attend online from anywhere!

Attend one of the 60- to 90-minute tasters below and gain information and knowledge you can apply right away.  These taster sessions are delivered LIVE, online via Learning Tree AnyWare™.

Defending the Perimeter from Cyber Attacks 21 Nov – 2.00pm

  • Balance risk with business requirements
  • Identify information assurance objectives
  • Explore the critical network architecture such as firewalls, VPNs, IDS/IDP and DoS mitigation tactics to ensure a secure communication foundation
  • Determine tactics to minimise the risks of cyber attacks that can impact employee productivity, corpo-rate/government posture or brand

Four Strategies for Improving Business Processes with SharePoint 10 Nov – 2.00pm

  • Leveraging list, libraries and apps and new Office 2013 integration features
  • Cracking Enterprise rollup and Search challenges with SharePoint 2013
  • Customising pages and websites to meet department requirements
  • Automating business processes with Workflows

Four Key Tips to Implementing an Effective Big Data Strategy 01 Nov – 2.00pm

  • Explore the wide range of Big Data stores
  • Process massive data sets using MapReduce and YARN
  • Influence business decisions with Pig and Hive
  • Examine recommendation systems using Mahout

ITIL Practitioner: The Business values to the Organisation 07 Nov – 2.00pm

  • Why ITIL Practitioner was created
  • How ITIL Practitioner fits into the qualification scheme
  • Value for individuals and organisations
  • Knowledge and skills you will gain through certification

If you would like more information about how to join these complimentary taster sessions, or ask about future sessions then please contact us here or call 01920 460 211. 

George Meyer

George Meyer is a seasoned expert in the field of organisational learning and development. With over a decade of experience in the industry, he has become a respected voice on training and professional growth. George currently holds a pivotal role at Now Training, where he applies his extensive knowledge to help organisations enhance their learning strategies through Managed Learning Services. His insights are backed by a rich background in designing and implementing effective training programs across various sectors. Known for his innovative approaches and commitment to excellence, George's articles offer practical advice and thought-provoking perspectives on how businesses can leverage training to achieve their strategic objectives. In his spare time, George is an avid reader and enjoys exploring the latest trends in educational technology and methodology.


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